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Will you kindly allow spaei for
tlio following ovtract, from tlio San
I'rniK'iai'o Chronicle-, August I'.).
I81I2, ioniorning Air. .Mills' work in
San Krani'iH'ii: 11. V. I'tru.
It must, liavo boon a tfrntif.ving
Hpociaelo lo Mr. Mills l.-Hf nitflit at
ho stopped ti'itin tin pint form in tlio
M-oohanios' Pavilion and viouod tlu
iniinonso. silonL tlironjj of men and
wonionooi)f,'ro:atod wit hint lit build
ing. Thoro wa" not n sound to bo
hoard, but it wa tho solomn hush of
Tho groat barn-lil,o struct tiro looU
od littlo like, a ohuroh, but tho thou
sands of uncovered heads the lovor
ont, respectful attention ivcn to the
evangelist's words and the complete
absence of applause throughout the
service made tho scone one of the
most interesting ever witnessed in
At the western end of the hall a
long and broad platform' had been
erected. From it aro-o tier upon
tier of seats for the choir of young
men and women who had volunteer
ed from all the evangelical churches.
San Francisco has never furnished
such an immense congregation at a
religious service as that which filled
every seat and bench on the main
lloor and every chair in the gallery.
The lower lloor was arranged in the
form of an immense square, the bae
of which was but a few Toot from the
Larkin-stroet entrance. In the cen
ter place was provided for thousands
of people and oven then there were
not seats enough for all who came.
There were many elements in the
congiegation, people of every class
and grade in life, ministers and mer
chants, lawyers and mechanics,
and here and there a Salvationist in
There were many theto who
showed themselves unfamiliar even
with the simple ritual of the service,
but tho evangelist, throughout his
long address, held . their closest at
tention. His effective stories of the
dark side of life, of misery, degrada
tion and dishonor, were met with a
silence so profound as to be at times
almost oppressive. J is anecdotes in
a lighter vein, of good humor and
good cheer, provoked a smile, very
often a laugh, and the rustle and
whirr of fans from all parts of the
hall told of the rolief from the
strain his serious words had brought.
During his address, owing to the
poor acoustic properties of the hall,
tho evangelist labored under a dis
advantage, but he succeeded in mak
ing himself heard in every part oT
tho building. His theme was an
earnest protest against perfunctory
religion, against that godliness which
lasts but one day and theworldli
ness that continues for six. The
charm, the effectiveness and the in
terest of his sermon came from the
niothod in which he illustrated his
arguments, from tint simple stories
by which ho demonstrated the
worthiness of his plea and the dark
pictures by which he proved the
ond of irreligious life.
"Our religion," he said, "must bo
conducted as our earthly affairs,
upon strictly business principles.
Wo cannot, in justice to ourselves or
to God, bo devout on Sunday and
irreligious for tho rest of thowook,
observing what we know to bo the
right course on one day in the week
and leaving the other days for our
minister. Wo must prepare consist
ently for that endless life which will
como when tho watorn of eternity
wash the sands of time, when all
differences but one will be swept
away and we stand before our God
just as wo are. There are thousands
of" people here to-night, the old and
tho young, the learned and the
ignorant, tho rich and the poor, but
all must some da' stand before the
judgment bar of God, t heir posit ions
leveled, to receive what, guilty or
innocent, their acts deserve. God
help him who may bo found wanting
in that last and awful moment."
Tho words of the revivalist made
a profound impression, and now and
again some Salvationist, ovoicouic
by his devotion, woidd startle the
silent throng by an expression of
spiritual satisfaction as loud as it
was evidently sincere. When the
meeting was almost at an end the
revivalist asked all who wished to
lead that life for which he so elo
quently pleaded to stand up. Not a
single seat in the large hall was oc
cupied. Cards wore at once distri
buted and hundreds signed their
names as pledge to the purpose for
which the' said they will devote
After those in tho congregation
who were professed Christians and
members of the various churches
had been dismissed tho others wore
assembled for an after meeting, in
which they wore encouraged in the
now path they had selected.
Tho meeting, as a whole, was emi
nently successful. All of the evan
gelical ministers in (he city were
present and were busy with the con
verts after .Mr. Mills had censed.
One of tho most effective ohnuonts
of the service was the singing of tho
hymns by the young people, of tho
Sjmco at tho World's Fair.
Kditok Hru.i:TiN: I
Tho repoited indignation of Pre
mier DiWhs when he discovered that i
the Chicago managers had cut down
(he JSOO.OO!) square feet promised
Australia toono-sith, was perfectly
natural and proper. The scurrilous
remarks of the S. V. Chronicle there- i
on are due to the fact of Mr. l)e
Young, its editor and proprietor, '
being olllcinlly responsible, as a high
ofllcer lit the Fair Commission, for '
the obvious blunder. In addition to
(he S'ieO.lXX) voted by the Xov South
Wales legislature l(, municipal
Council of the Cit of Kvtlnoy is
spending money on prizes Tor de
signs of furniture and other article
which thov will have forwarded to
! Chicago. Altogether the legisla- ,
tures and public bodies of Australia
will vote from one and a half to two
millions of dollars for ropiosentn- i
tion at Chicago, and a howl of in
dignation will go up when Premier
Dibbs arrives at Sydney and gives
the dimensions of the reserved space.
What about our own representa
tion? Are we to allow the offer of
space to Hawaii to lapse lor want oi
the paltry $10,000 needed? Sutoly
not. No more serious blunder, one
which cannot be recalled, will be
committed by this Legislature than
to exclude this country from repre
sentation at the World's Fair. IT
theie is one thing more than another
which a temporarily poor country
cannot afford, it is to advertise its
poverty by shutting itself out from
the Tainily of nations. Australia is
passing through a financial crisis,
and depression of a hitherto un
known character prevails there, but
that is doubtless the very reason why
they advertise at Chicago.
Let us for once have no party poli
tics in what, must bring prosperity
to us, namely, the outlay of a modest
sum that will repay itself a hundred
fold. ' D. M. C.
mrnuTUi! and nmi.HU in
Steel & Iron Ranges
Stoves cSc Fisctu-res,
IIorStiKUtilMMJ (JOODS & KITCllUX UTtitfSILS
Agate "Ware in Large Variety,
WIUTK, OKAY and S1LVKK Pl.ATKI);
LAMPS & CHANDELIERS,
Crockery, Rubber Hose, Lift and Force Pumps,
"Water Closets, "Water and Soil Pipes.
PLUMEING, TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON WORK.
DIAMOND IHjOCK, Nos. id & 7 KING STIMiliT.
IS SIIOW1NO A
St. 1-iO-u.is, 3VCo.
Now so Popular
AND AT I'l'HT.S WHICH Vol' Wll.l
CONSlDUl! ILNCKKDINUIV LOW
l-'ou srrii iiKiii (ir.ADK hoods.
Manufactured from Pure Malt and Highest Grade Hops!
Xii Corn or Corn l'ron.'inilioiis lei-rt in dacc of Mult, as is done by oilier Kant-
em llrewcrici, in order In (llu:iiion (lie cost of their l'eer, mill to cointicte with our
wurlil-i L'tiovviieil and justly finned article.
T. r. SI'VIIIIIN.
. vv. tmi.sii u.
Koply to Mr. Pock.
Ennoi; IjUllkti.v :
In Hie Unu.irns or Aug. 2:1, II. V.
Peck denies ilie authority of tho
News Letter, that liev. P.. Pay Mills
This Space is Reserved
;,r rM Equitable Life Assurance Society
the l.os Anjjeles I lines of ,Mav w, I A 0
l-'tirt st., over 1''. Hertz's Sboe Store.
VIEW, LANDSCAPE & PORTRAIT VIEWS
OF THE ISLANDS,
Suelias Natives Milking l'oi (irass Houses
Hawaiian Style Hiding lliilahnla
Daneers Coeoamit droves I'al tu
and Date droves Stieet Views
and lt'iiildinus 'ar'e-els
SbipiiiiiK and Marine
Views, ICte., Kte.
Also u l.aie Collection of all Prominent
and Inteiestinu Views of the Hawaiian
Islands, either Mounted or Unmounted.
(uoie fioni the News Letter of .luly
.'50, nearly two mouths and a half
later now-. Kev. 15. P. Mills opened
his first meeting on July 28, in San
Praneiseo, that (lie News Letter re
fers to; which iMr. Peck apparently
knows not long about; hut depend,
for authority upon something that
Mr. Mills told Mr. Atherton. forii
lied by stale news from the Los An
geles Times. The News Letter is a
fearless, staunch and reliable paper,
and ic not in the habit of allowing
anything within its columns of a
personal natiiie, but what can bo
proved, lint wheie is the great harm
done, even if the rev. gentleman
did demand his money in advance;
he had no doubt fell among sharks
while in California, and is determined
to be more watchful of his money
inteicsts in the fiiluie, which he has
an undoubted right todo. S. S.
What Fint Money Will Do.
A Herlin dispatch says that ISO
.Jewish families have returned from
the Argentine Republic to Hamburg
in a starving condition. They say
that work is scaice in that country,
wages low and good land almost un
attainable. There is really but one
trouble with the Argentine Repub
lic. That trouble is Jiat money. Ku
terprises were planned, debts incur
red, and a standard of living estab
lished on a fiat 11101113' basis. Put
liat 11101103- has no value outside of
the juiisdietion of tin Government
which issues it. Supplies biought
from abroad must be paid for with
coin. All foreign debts contracted
are made payable, principal and in
terest, in 11101103 that is good the
world over. Nature has been kind
to tho Argentine Republic. It has
been compared in respect to soil and
climate to California. It was spoken
of as the Italy of South America. It
would produce about everything that
could be grown on the Mediterran
ean. Sheep run over pastures as
fertile as the valleys of Santa Clara
and Alameda. Put the curse of an
inllaled currency has put the lejuib
lic back a full generation. .S'. '.
Call, An,,. AS", MM,
Saved 11 Woman's Lifu,
Mr. il. E, Thoionghgood, willing
from Georgetown, .Delaware, says;
"Two teaspoonfuls of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrho-a Rem
edy saved the life of Mrs, .lane
Thomas, of this place." He also
states (hat several other very bad
cases of bowel complaint theie have
i been cuied In- this remedy. Por
sale by all dealers. JieiiMin, Smith
tc Co., Agents.
Old Hags Wanted.
Clean white rags,suitable for baud
ages, are wanted for use at tin llishop
I ItJino and the liuys' Home, Leper
.Settlement, Molokni. Ring up 2.S1
.Mutual telephone, and they will bo
sent for; or leave the .-ame at tho
olllce of the Hoard of Jlealth, oral
,1. T. Waterhoiiso's, Queen street.
Mechanics' Home, W ami HI Hotel
frlriM't. Lodging by day, week or
month 2.")c. and W)c. night j 31
and 1,25 a week.
OF THE UNITED STATES.
BRUCE & A. J. CARTWRIG-HT,
General Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
0 H AS. 1 1 . U S T A 0 tt
imi'oi:ti:i: and dkai.ku in
Books of Hawaiian Views j
Made up to Older at the uiot Keasotiable
liates in Honolulu. ,
Cabinets SG and S5 a Dozen.
mi r. o. iio. ins ft f
Wm. G. Irwin & Go.
Win. (!. Irwin, - 1'icsidcnt and Manager
Clans SpiecKels, - - - - Viee-I'resident
W. M. (iillard, - Seeretaiy and Treasurer
'I'lieo. ('. Poller ------ Auditor
- Aunxi.s or tiii; --
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OF SAN H'ANCISCO, CAL.
UREWER & GO'.
With the Completion of the New Brewhouse,
the Brewing Capacity is the Largest
of any Brewery in the World.
Brewing Capacity: C kettles every 24 hours, G,000 Barrels, or 1,800,000
Barrels per year.
Consumption of Material: Malt, 12,000 bushels per day 3,600,000
bushels per year. Hops: 7,;"00 lbs. per clay 2,250,000 lbs. per year.
No Corn or Corn Preparations are used in the manufacture
of the Anheuser-Busch ir.F.R. It is, therefore, the'nighest priced but the
iost whnlesomo and really the least expensive for its superior quality.
AnualSuu'imncCapavitv: 100,000,000 Bottles and 5,000,000 Kegs, a
Tin Axiii:im-,i:-:itsiii Co. Iinve carried oil' tint Highest Honors and Ilie Highest
Class (.'old Medals wbeiever they have coiii'ictcd. At all of the InlernaUonal Inhibi
tions throughout the world their ISeel i:celled All Others!
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR AND FEED.
Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Butter
iW ALWAYS ON HAN) r?
New Goods Received by Every Steamer from San Francisco.
attended to. Hatisfnctioii Kiiarnntccd. Ihland Orders
I&- All Orders faithfully
-olleilecl anil iiacke.l with caie.
LINCOLN BLOCK, King Street
TH Mil Ml OX 13 Hi).
Bet. Fort and Alakea Streets.
P. O. HON .'172.
WEST CORNER NDUANU & KING STREETS.
P. 0. Box 4G0. Mutual Telopliono 90.
IK VOU WANT TO KAYK TI.MH AND .MONKY 111' V YOl'll l-'UKNI-TI'lli:
AT Till'! 1XL. COItSI'l! Nl'lTA.NU A- KINO ST I ! K l-ITS.
I'OUND The iilaeo to lluy New gnpiBna anil iSccond-liand Furniture of nil
Kinds at Lowest ('rices; The 1X1., lk ff corner Xnuanii and KIiik xt reels.
llediooni Sets, Wardrobes, Ice. H)(T locs, Klo'c, Chairs, Hantfiiih'
Laniiis, lliiKsJliiieaiis.Chiill'onieis, IK etc., rnild tilieaii for ('a-di at the
I X i, corner Niiiianu and King Jft&. streets.
SMcamcr mid Veianda Chair.-., jg Kifas, Iled Lounges, llnbv f'tibs,
('lollies Itaidicts, Setting Machines, Whatnols, Meat Hiifes.TruiiKK.elc,
Mini at tlin Lowest t asli niccsat the I A l New and Second-hand I'lir
nitnic lloii-c, turner Nniiaiui anil King streets,
S. "W. LEDERER, Proprietor.
STORE OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS TILL 9 O'CLOCK.
.1. (). Carter .
(i. II. liobeit'-on,
V.. I llishop.
W. K. Allen
Hon. C II. IIUIiop
1'rcHident and MiuniKer
The Best Lunch in Town.
Tea euaci Coffee
AT AI.l. nouns.
Til 13 FINEST IiliAXDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
This Company .have prepared a Special l.rand of I heir Highest (liade lleer for the
Hawaiian Islands, known as "SI'KC.l A I. ISISIIW," with a liand-onie label and in White
llottlfj., which, with their best "llXI'OIiT ANH IHlHIvl! " in Dark Unities, huretofnie.
inipnrled, wn will now supply to the Trade in Quantities to Suit.
G-. W. MACFARLANE & CO.,
Ajjenls for tho llavvaiiitn Jslatuls.
ALWAYS ON HAND.
.kimhink .'mi in FORT STREET. ir.o. hum
- IMl'OUTKIIS, WIIol.KSAI.i; AND UCTA1I. UKAI.KIIH IN -
Groceries and Provisions.
ON It'K Ily eaeli Kteiuner of the O. K. H. Co. fioin Califonda I-'rttsli (liiliftimlii Itoll
llilttcr, I'roen (Jy.sters and Krush California I'Vuits, l-'sh, tlaine, Vegetables, etc.
A complex line of (!rosse IllaekweH's and .1. T. Moiton'.s Canned and llollled (ioods
always on hand.
JilM receivoil a I'rcsli bine of (ieriuan i'alcsanil I'ottcd MeatMind llottlcd I'roMirveil
I'mits, l.nwi.s V Co.'s Maltc-u llrand Kugar Cineil Hams and ll.icon, Nuw lliealvfast
Ceicalf, ('renin Oat l''laUcs and Cream W)ieat Klake.s, Klcily Leiiions, California lllvor
hldu Oiaiigcs, Oregon lliubanU Potatoes, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
J. nSTOT-iTE, Prop.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO,,
81 KING ST.
Wholesale and Retail Butcliers
G-. J. "Waller, . . . Manager.
HUSTACE & CO.,
-i)i:ai.i:iis in -
WOOD and COAL.
White and Black Sand
Which we will M-ll at tlie Very Lowest
(ni:w m'LLin'ix iii.ock, mcui'iiaxt ktih;i:t)
REAL ESTATE BROKER
Fire Insurance Placed. Collections Attended To.
RENTS COLLECTED AND HOUSES RENTED.
ANY IMISINI'.SS HNTIillH'm) TO MH Wild, UKCKIVH IMIOM IT ATTENTION.
we will M-ll at the Very
Mai kit Hates for Cash.
1'. O. IIOX ll.i.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
IMI'OIITHltS AM) DKAI.IOIIH IN
Groceries, Provisions strid IPeedL.
Now (Ioods Itccoived b livery I'ackel fioni the Kastein .States and IIiihijki.
KltKUII CAI.IKOIINJA 1'ltODl'CI-: HY 10VIJUY HTIJAMKII.
All Onlura laitlifully atlended to and (ioods delivered to any pari of tiiu Oily Jree,
Inland Union tullcltftl. haliefautlon giiaranti'i'd.
' 32ast Ooraei Fort Sc King Streets,
TELEPHONE Mutual 19
A KUI.I.SCT Ol-" HOUHIIIIOI.D riHt
J nitiire as it Mauds. Tlin Lease of
tlio I'iciiiIm-s No. irj Port i-treet, is also
oU'eiTd for tii)iiisal, l-'nrtlier iarticiilai'H
on uiiiiliealhiii lo
I'lS-lf On the preinii-cs.
I'orMmililiuiiM, Fruuim, l'unli'ln,Arto
lyjiCH, J'liolojian'itrt'H, lilvhinus, mid
rverytltlntj In llw line 0 1'ielurex, ja to
Kimj Urm., Jlulel street.
Hartford Fire Insurauco Co.,
London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.,
Thames and Mersey Marine Ins. Co.,
New York Life Ins. Co.,
C. 0. BERGER,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
When .((in leant a l'ortruit Enlttajril
eall on Kiny lira., ijet their J'riee Lint,
and nee Samples, They ean't be lieul!
rpJIlf wicilKLY JHIUd-JTIN-Sfl COL
J 1111111H of InleiestbiK Heading Matter,
JhIuiiiIm, ft; mailed to foreign uonntr!uj,fr.
WM. G. IRWIN & CO.
OI'l'MCIl I'OU SAM-:
Lime : and : Cement,
I'AIIAl-'KINI-: l'AINT CO.'fi
Compounds and Roofing,
Felt Steam Pipe'Covering,
Wool Dust, Bone Meal, Fish Guano.
ALSO IIU0K. .t OHLANDT'8
High Grade Chemical Cane Manure.
Grass Seeds :
Cocksfoot, Ryo Grass and Clovers.
FA 111 HANK CANNINd CO.'H
In 1 and -' ll Tins.
SALMON IN BARRELS,